A mental health charity is holding a drop-in roadshow at the Molineux football stadium in Wolverhampton today.
The West Midlands branch of the National Institute for Mental Health in England is running the roadshow for anyone who lives or works in Birmingham or the Black Country, and has an interest in mental health.
A spokeswoman for NIMHE West Midlands said: "The roadshow is aimed at anyone who has experience of mental distress, either personally or as a carer, people who work in mental health, and anyone who commissions or provides mental health services.
"The roadshow is somewhere where people can learn about NIMHE's work and vice versa. We want to be able to share ideas on how we can work together more effectively."
It will feature presentations and workshops on things such as including people who are experiencing mental distress in communities, the waiting times for child and adolescent mental health services, and the issues that are faced by black and minority ethnic communities.
There will also be information stalls on women's mental health, older people's mental health, and carers.
The free roadshow will be open between 10am and 4pm and refreshments will be provided.